May 15, 2014

Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream: The Multitask Hero

Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream Review
Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream Review
Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream $19.50

8 hour cream has been talked about for years and years and I've always bypassed it thinking, I don't see the point, it looks like Vaseline. But baby, oh baby, it is not. I have the original formula, which I know a lot of people hate because it stinks, but I've become quite desensitized to the smell. So, what do I use this baby for? Literally everything. I use it for eczema, dry hands and peeling cuticles, my sore cracked nose when I'm sick, unruly eyebrows, and chapped lips. I even use this on the back of my ankles in uncomfortable shoes. In the winter, this is literally the only thing that works against my horribly chapped lips and I use it every night before bed. My bf recently had horribly sunburned lips and he reluctantly(can't stand the smell) put this on and his lips were healed overnight. It's magic, I tell you. It also lasts forever! Erica bought it for me for my birthday in May and my tube is still going! I will have to repurchase soon though.
What's your standout multitask product?

♥ Trina

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  1. oh my word this sounds fab!! iv'e always thought of it as a glorified vaseline etc, opinion well and truly changed ;) xx


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